All posts by Andrea Schneider

Have Empathy Like Eleanor (and be Perceptive like Princess Diana)

My next examples of negotiation skills come straight from the pandemic–and by that I mean watching television for hours during the pandemic!   Again, let me note that these are examples, not of negotiation per se, but rather examples of women in action showing the skills that we need for negotiation.  And, as we teach negotiation, … Continue reading Have Empathy Like Eleanor (and be Perceptive like Princess Diana)

Women’s History Month–Negotiation Examples–Be as Prepared as Rosa Parks

To force myself to do a bit of scholarship outlining, I’ve decided to take advantage of Women’s History Month in March and post twice each week about female examples of negotiation expertise.  [Note the public commitment cause you know I’d bail before the end of the month otherwise!]  Here is my goal–I think that one … Continue reading Women’s History Month–Negotiation Examples–Be as Prepared as Rosa Parks

Nancy Welsh is a Rockstar

Well, that is not the official title of the university-wide award that Nancy just won from Texas A&M but it works for me.  Officially,  the University Professorships recognize faculty who have demonstrated significant and sustained accomplishments in their discipline and who have gained recognition both nationally and internationally. The award also acknowledges a commitment to … Continue reading Nancy Welsh is a Rockstar

A is for Activism–Or Want to Know What’s Going on In Milwaukee During Election Season?

One of the best parts of my new position with the Institute for Women’s Leadership at Marquette is getting the opportunity to meet and work with amazing faculty across campus. Working with our steering committee since last spring, we had planned to have a great conference focusing on suffrage and innovation—how was women’s intellectual empowerment … Continue reading A is for Activism–Or Want to Know What’s Going on In Milwaukee During Election Season?

Family Court Review Call for Papers

From friend of the blog, Alexandra Crampton, a notice that the Family Court Review is doing a special issue on Covid-19. Family Law Disruption and Response during the Covid-19 Pandemic: Viral Lessons for Research, Policy, and Practice Family law systems were already overwhelmed when the Covid-19 pandemic erupted. Through varied policy and public health responses, … Continue reading Family Court Review Call for Papers